LONDON—The UK Royal Air Force has completed the first flight of its new General Atomics Protector uncrewed aircraft system (UAS) in UK airspace. The first Protector—call-sign Firebird08—took off from Waddington Air Base on Nov. 16 and performed a 70-min. local flight before returning to land. It was…
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